The aisle seats in Row 53, Section 106 at the Liberty Bowl are Seat 27 on the left and Seat 1 on the right as you look towards the field.
The home team (Memphis) sideline is located in front of sections 103-105, while the visiting team sits along sections 119-121. Sections 104 and 120 are excellent options near midfield, but also have some of the largest seating areas. Options closer to the endzones (108, 117, 123, and 132) will have fewer rows, but with less desirable viewing angles to the field.
On the East side of the stadium, there are up 107 rows of seating, which means long walks up the stairs in some of the higher rows. On warm afternoons, Rows 50 and above in Sections 102-107 will be in the shade first. There are 79-93 numbered rows in these sections.
Sideline sections have the advantage of multiple entry tunnels, with the lower tunnel located near Row 27, and the upper tunnel near Row 64. Premium Box Seat options can be found in Rows 17-20 of Sections 103-105 and 119-121, offering fans a chairback seat and some of the best views in the house.
Student seating can be found in Section 123 near the east corner for Memphis home games, where fans can expect a louder, more energetic atmosphere.